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The York Active 120 Cross Trainer features 16 levels of magnetic resistance with 12 pre-set programs, offering beginner and intermediate users a challenging and effective workout that targets different muscle groups.
The non-slip, adjustable pedals and ergonomically-designed arms mean you'll be able to work out in comfort. Ideally suited for shorter users, the York Active 120 Cross Trainer has a stride length of 12", which is slightly shorter than the standard length.
An LCD screen, hand-pulse sensor and drink bottle holder complete the package.
Cardio vascular exercise is any type of exercise that increases the work of the lungs and the heart, and is the number one way to improve your general health, burn body fat and increase your fitness levels.
Cross trainers utilise large muscle groups in both the upper and lower body, making them one of the most effective machine for a total body workout. Not only are they incredibly effective for increasing cardio fitness, but the cross trainer can also help to tone up the legs and arms. Low impact, the cross trainer is also easy on the knees and joints.
To get the most from your workout on your cross trainer you first need to identify what you want to achieve:
Are you working out to improve your health or to lose weight?
Understanding a little about intensity levels will ensure that the time invested in your exercise sessions returns the greatest benefits, rather than a hit and miss approach.
To stay healthy, adults aged 19 - 64 should aim to do at least 150 minutes, or 2 hours and 30 minutes, of moderate-intensity aerobic activity every week. Your heart rate should be raised and your breathing will be quicker but you should still be able to hold a conversation.
This level of exercise is for those wishing to improve quality of life and general well-being. Gentle 'good health' cardio training will increase your fitness level to a degree, helping you get through day-to-day tasks more easily and with more energy.
To see a significant reduction in body fat, your sessions must be a little more intense. It's recommended that adults aged 19 - 64 should aim to do at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity every week. If you are working out at this level, you will be breathing hard and fast, your heart rate will be high and it will be difficult to talk.
This level of fitness is ideal for those wishing to lose weight and significantly improve their fitness levels.
As one of the strongest names in fitness, York Fitness has been providing high-quality fitness and gym equipment all over the world for over 80 years.
Their products range from dumbbells, barbells, weight benches and multi gyms to treadmills, cycles, cross trainers, gym balls, and much more.
Wow, this is perfect for me.
Very good size for the home and packed with functions/programs.
Works perfectly and you really feel it ! Read more
Overall the build quality is very poor with all of the joints constantly squeaking. The backlight in the monitor never worked and the heart rate monitor always reads a rate of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by lemonsyay
Bought on Amazon, fast delivery and on time. Really easy to assemble - done in one hour on my own. A hammer came in use for the axle. Hardest part was lifting it out the box. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Caroline Fox
Not used very much yet so can't say too much. Took a couple of hours or so to assemble but instructions are clear and concise. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ian Grove
Very quite machine, up until yesterday just over 4 months use, I would have rated this product 5 stars. Unfortunately the main pole in the middle of the machine broke in two. Read morePublished 3 months ago by d
I can't quite use it because of my long legs, but it works for my misses!
Easy to set up. Me and my misses set it up in just over 15 mins. Read more
Wanted some home equipment rather than trailing to the gym. Great value, sturdy and easy to put together. Good retailer.Published 6 months ago by Steve Booth